The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1952 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, OCT. t 1951 BLTTHBVILLi: (ARK.) COURIER KEWf Republicans Say VA Squandering Funds By WARREN ROOE11S JR WASHINGTON WV-The Veterans Administration, which plans to lay off 2,250 hospital employes in an economy 'move, was accused by a Republican cainpaing leader today of squandering its GI education funds. The V. A. announced yesterday that, by Nov. 4, It will discharge « 1,250 workers in the admlmstra- ive, special services, custodial and maintenance ranks at Its 92 hospitals and two domiciliary facilities. The announcement said the personnel reduction is "a step designed to help bring (he agency within funds appropriated." The V. A.'K budget request for medical activities during the year which started July 1 was reduced by congress from $701,442,318 to $670.318,634. Frank C. Hilton, Veterans Division chairman of the Republican National Committee, contended in » statement today: "Unless there is a change In the national administration, veterans affairs handled by the Veterans Dwlght D. Eisenhower, the GOP candidate for president, Is elected, Yesterday's V. A. announcement aid none of those being discharged voiild be doctors, nurses, dentists Dr dietitians — although some of tiese may be transferred from one lospital to another. Tho V. A. said he cuts would have been ^renter ixcept that it froze employment Vug. 5 and has hired no replace- nents since then. . The V. A. saitl its 1082-53 aver- ige daily patient load would have o be reduced from a planned 02,000 to 99,200. On Aug. 31 there vere 97.836 patients reported in A. hospitals. Administration grow \vorse." will continue to Hilton said both Democrats and Republicans are uncovering instances In which the V. A, Is "snarling veterans benefits and wasting uncounted millions of dollars." With «ducational benefits now extended to Korea veterans, Hilton aatd, "there are further opportunities to repeat the Known over-payment of approximately 100 million dollars for training." From 1044 to 1950, .Hilton said, M p«r cent of cases Investigated Ajhowed "Maladministration, negli- ^gence, gift-acceptance, or outright criminal activity by V. A. per- •onnel." "The Veterans Administration •Mowed the waste of tens of millions of dollars for supplies," he • aid. "Additional tens of millions wer« wasted on worthless training •ourses." Hilton said Korea veterans would be assured of "the square dea k> which they are entitled" if Gen, •f THE PROBATE COURT, .CH1CKASAWBA B1STK1CT. MISSISSIPPI COKNTX, ARKANSAS Estate of C. A Eakco. deceased. Last known address: S12 Locust 6t.. Blytheville. Arkansas. Date ot death: September 4, 1952 The undersigned has been ap- • pointed administrator of the abovt named decedent. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, dulj authenticated,, to the .underslgne within six months from 'the date of the first publication of this no lice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit ii .the estate. 9 This notic* first published Sept 18, 1953. Harvey Morris, Administrator Address: Anthony Building. BlythtviHe, Art. Eleven Enlist In Army, USAF Here Last Month Ten Mississippi County men and one woman enlisted at the Army and Air Force Remitting Station In City Hall here during September, M/Sgt. C. Ft. Barton said ycs- :erday. Of these, seven men enlisted in th- Air Force, two in the Regular Army and one as an aviation cadet The woman. Miss Muriel Knudsen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. o. E. Knudsen of Hlytheville, entered officer candidate school of the WAP (Women in the Air Force). Raymond Stewart of BlytJieville enlisted as an aviation cadet ant Uless S. Isabell and William C Bradford, both of Reiser, Joined the Regular Army.' Enlisting in the Air Force were Johnny D. Black 01 Lepanto, Washington T. Stcne of Wilson, Jackie Bourland' and Marvin L. McRae both of Luxora, and Sherman B Peterson, Clifford G. Smith am Billy J. Walters, oil of Blytheville Russia Gets Chinese Silk TOKYO (ff)—Peiping radio says 80 per cent of Eastern China's ra'w and processed silk is being exporte: to Soviet Russia and her satellite; The broadcast said 70 per cen of the tea is going the same wa; as the silk. NBC-CBS End 1st TV Race Heat Marie Wilson Out in Front BJ- JAMES BACON HOLLYWOOD, W>—NBC and CBS i spectacular television building •nee this week eml with buxom Msrle WMson out tn front for CBS. The two biggest network.* arc spending more than 100 million dollars to make Hollywood Ihe television c a pit n 1 of the wot M, t\ title now held by New York, . UNDAUNTED— Screen star Lex Barker appears undaunted by an impending divorce from actress Arlene Dahl as he makei merry with red-headed actress Susan Morrow at a Lake. County, me Ca re-ea a . , ., summer resort. Barker and Miss Morrow are among Hollywood's newest twosomes. Japanese Goods Exhibit Planned in U.S. Cities TOKYO TO—The Japanese government plans to open sample houses exhibiting the nation's goods in New York. Chicago, San Francisco and Toronto. Similar houses are planned for other foreign cities later. I The Trade Ministry said the government probably will appropriate $750,000 for their maintenance. The sample house in New York will be operated by 14 Japanese businessmen who have lived in the United States more than three years. PAGB SEVEN CBS unveils a 12-mtlllon-dollar initial unit of Us television city tomorrow with the fall return of Miss Wilson In "My Friend Irmo," On Saturday, N'BC will microwave a special "All-sl.ir Revue" with Red Sltclton. Milton Bcrle, Jimmy Durantc, Dinah Shore, Phil hams, Hnrpo Marx and George Jesscl. Berle, nn NBC standby from New York, is flying out for th» opening show, which will be broadcast from a new 3 1/1 million dollar studio, the first in an eventual 50-million.dollar project. The NBC studio was rushed to completion with the fast lilt-up method coMtriictlon. Walls, pillars and other big parts of the building were made horizontally and then lifted into position by giant cranes. Ground was broken only last July 1. The NBC studio has two sound stages in its 0,000 square feet. It occupies an acre and a half of a 48-acre tract next to Warner Brothers movie studio in Hurbank. The network claims It ti> b«"th» world's largest audience studio. The CBS unit, In Hollywood proper, «•!)! open studio 31, the first of four mammoth studios, each measuring 12,100 square feet. \ 13-story administration bulldin U also to be built. This first CBS unit covers 1» acres In what the network calls the world's first community de. signed exclusively for (elevislon. 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